Watch Surviving Audioslave Members Perform “Like a Stone” For Chris Cornell

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Surviving Audioslave members Tom Morello, Brad Wilk, and Tim Commerford performed “Like a Stone” in honor of Chris Cornell a few days ago in the studio with no vocals. Watch below.

Tom Morello shared a new poem he wrote in honor of his late Audioslave bandmate Chris Cornell on Rolling Stone.

You’re a prince, you’re a snare, you’re a shadow

You’re twilight and star burn and shade

You’re a sage, you’re a wound shared, you’re masked

You’re a pillar of smoke, you’re a platinum heart

You’re a brush fire, you’re caged, you’re free

Your vision pierces, you do not see

You are pieces strewn on the hillside

You’re open armed, you’re armed, you’re true

You’re a revealer of visions, you’re the passenger, you’re a never fading scar

You’re twilight and star burn and shade

You’re the secret veiled, you’re the secret revealed, you’re surrounded no more

You’re not there, now you’re always here

You’re a handsome groom, a loving father, a haunted stairwell

You’re the clear bell ringing, the mountains echo your song

Maybe no one has ever known you

You are twilight and star burn and shade